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  • Still missing a couple of guitars and amps that are at my friends house.
  • dudemandudeman Posts: 1,855
    Impressive! Love those SG's.
    If hope can grow from dirt like me, it can be done. - EV
  • dudeman said:
    Impressive! Love those SG's.
    I’ve been very fortunate and lucky so far.  One thing is patience is a virtue.  The SG junior is my crown jewel.  I always wanted one and just when I was about to break down and buy a vintage over priced one, Gibson released a 2018 version.  I’m actually on the verge of selling some.  I’ve done the whole cased and out out of mind, out of sight thing and I’ve got my three that I love.  It’s super silly and dumb to have acquired this many guitars.  I was just having fun this weekend pulling everything out and doing a check.  I don’t even want to start on the pedals lol. 
  • dudemandudeman Posts: 1,855
    edited January 2018
    Here's a new one : ESP LTD Hybrid 300. Picked it up used for $140.00. I just got done installing a Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound at the neck and a SD JB at the bridge. I replaced the stock tuning machines with Hipshot locking tuners. Just need to fine tune the set up and it should be good to go for a cheap beater guitar.

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    If hope can grow from dirt like me, it can be done. - EV
  • I am just starting out. The blue one is a Fender Squire, a pawn shop rescue from a vacation to Pensacola Florida. a fun way to spend $35. Needed new strings. The red one is a ESP model 10, my first guitar.tuned in drop D.  Black and white photo of Kurt Cobain, 
    Wrigley 8/18/18 Wrigley 8/20/18
  • dudemandudeman Posts: 1,855
    Nice start. You have better guitars and amps than I started out with.

    Those Mustang amps sure do a lot for the money.
    If hope can grow from dirt like me, it can be done. - EV
  • This is a bit of a weird angle but I previously took this photo to show my buddy the difference between the 3-tone sunburst and the sienna sunburst. 
  • Oh, I like this game. Here are three of mine. A PRS Custom 22, Suhr Alt-T Pro, and a Clapton Strat.
  • CloneClone UKPosts: 107
  • dudemandudeman Posts: 1,855
    Quite the collection! Especially like the ESP 30th Anniversary models.

    Interesting to see an acoustic Flying V!
    If hope can grow from dirt like me, it can be done. - EV
  • Princess BulldozerPrincess Bulldozer Mannheim, GermanyPosts: 952
    edited March 2018

    This is my guitar. I am just learning and wanted something smaller so I wouldn't have a finger reach issue. It is a Harley Benton DS-10 Mini. She wasn't expensive, but she is doing well for me.
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    Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure - science.
    ~Edwin Powell Hubble

    Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of science.
    ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • dudemandudeman Posts: 1,855
    edited March 2018
    Good way to start. Convenient for you to take places too, I suppose.

    I bought a cheap,  Mitchell mini acoustic for my daughter and I find myself reaching for it quite a bit. It's a handy little thing to just grab and go.
    If hope can grow from dirt like me, it can be done. - EV
  • Princess BulldozerPrincess Bulldozer Mannheim, GermanyPosts: 952
    dudeman said:
    Good way to start. Convenient for you to take places too, I suppose.

    I bought a cheap,  Mitchell mini acoustic for my daughter and I find myself reaching for it quite a bit. It's a handy little thing to just grab and go.
    Yeh it is super convenient so far. I can easily bring it into any room which I am enjoying. So I can strum or practice finger placement while waiting for things to cook in the kitchen or watching TV in the living room, etc.
    Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure - science.
    ~Edwin Powell Hubble

    Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of science.
    ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Princess BulldozerPrincess Bulldozer Mannheim, GermanyPosts: 952
    edited May 2018
    Update: I bought an electric guitar! I just couldn't help myself after seeing everyone's lovely guitars on here.

    I have been teaching myself acoustic guitar for a few months now. Next week I start fortnightly guitar lessons with a teacher.

    This lovely Hamer will arrive in about a month.

    Post edited by Princess Bulldozer on
    Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure - science.
    ~Edwin Powell Hubble

    Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of science.
    ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • JadlerJadler Posts: 21

  • dudemandudeman Posts: 1,855
    Wow! Looks great!
    If hope can grow from dirt like me, it can be done. - EV
  • JadlerJadler Posts: 21
    dudeman said:
    Wow! Looks great!
    Thanks! I am loving the Koa! First Taylor and it plays like a dream. 
  • GC31608GC31608 GAPosts: 151
    My LP Standard in desert burst and my just acquired Strat in rose gold with rosewood neck:


  • dudemandudeman Posts: 1,855
    That LP is stunning! Pretty sure EV has a strap like that too.

    Very nice.
    If hope can grow from dirt like me, it can be done. - EV
  • GC31608GC31608 GAPosts: 151
    dudeman said:
    That LP is stunning! Pretty sure EV has a strap like that too.

    Very nice.


    Thanks man, love everything about that guitar.  I went to a guitar store to buy some strings one day and saw her hanging on the wall.  She came home with me that same day. 

    The strap was an extremely thoughtful Christmas gift from my wife several years ago.  We went to a show back in 2013 and she noticed Eddie's guitar strap then found a guy in Atlanta that makes them.

  • H.ChinaskiH.Chinaski Brooklyn, NYPosts: 1,438
    edited February 7
    My latest indulgence... Roadworn Tele. Still have a couple upgrades I wanna do to it. Saddles, pickguard and pups. Got it for a great price though and she plays like a beaut.


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  • whoanelly15whoanelly15 Posts: 626
    My latest indulgence... Roadworn Tele. Still have a couple upgrades I wanna do to it. Saddles, pickguard and pups. Got it for a great price though and she plays like a beaut.
    Awesome! I love the Road Worns. The “Relic” thing isn’t normally appealing to me, but these are such great guitars and are unique, spec-wise. A RW 50’s Strat is near the top of my go-get list. Enjoy yours!


  • pjpjpaulpjpjpaul Posts: 612

    Virginia Bach 2000
    DC 2003
    DC 2004 (VFC)
    DC 2006
    Pittsburgh 2006
    Bonnaroo 2008
    Virginia Beach 2008
    DC 2008
    Philly (Spectrum) 10/31/2009
    DC 2010 (Jiffy Lube Live)
    PJ 20 night 1
    PJ 20 night 2
    Phoenix 2013
    LA 1 2013
    Memphis 2014
    Jacksonville 2016
    Greenville 2016
    Hampton 2016
    Columbia 2016
    Fenway 1 2016
    Fenway 2 2016
    Wrigley 1 2018
    Wrigley 2 2018
    Fenway 1 2018
    Fenway 2 2018
  • dudemandudeman Posts: 1,855
    Nice collection. Did you do the pickup swaps on the LP and Strat yourself? That LP looks great with those zebra coils.

    Also, those Squier Bass XI's are a lot of fun to play!
    If hope can grow from dirt like me, it can be done. - EV
  • pjpjpaulpjpjpaul Posts: 612
    dudeman said:
    Nice collection. Did you do the pickup swaps on the LP and Strat yourself? That LP looks great with those zebra coils.

    Also, those Squier Bass XI's are a lot of fun to play!
    Thanks! Yes I did the swaps on both guitars. The strat is actually the first guitar I ever owned. My parents bought it for me in 1996 for my birthday. I originally put in 3 lace sensors around 2000 or 2001 and the Duncan pickup in the neck position went in around 2002 or 2003 I believe. The Les Paul pickups were made to my specific specs by the good folks at Seymour Duncan. They are a hand wound JB/Jazz combo that work really well together. I also dig the Gibson p90's in the Gary Clark Jr. signature Epiphone Casino. Yeah the bass is pretty interesting. I like it because it is a cool and easy to use studio tool for a guitar player to add some bass/low end to a mix. It is also fun to strum chords on. 
    Virginia Bach 2000
    DC 2003
    DC 2004 (VFC)
    DC 2006
    Pittsburgh 2006
    Bonnaroo 2008
    Virginia Beach 2008
    DC 2008
    Philly (Spectrum) 10/31/2009
    DC 2010 (Jiffy Lube Live)
    PJ 20 night 1
    PJ 20 night 2
    Phoenix 2013
    LA 1 2013
    Memphis 2014
    Jacksonville 2016
    Greenville 2016
    Hampton 2016
    Columbia 2016
    Fenway 1 2016
    Fenway 2 2016
    Wrigley 1 2018
    Wrigley 2 2018
    Fenway 1 2018
    Fenway 2 2018
  • pjpjpaulpjpjpaul Posts: 612
    Newest addition to the family. 2017 American Professional Telecaster.


    Virginia Bach 2000
    DC 2003
    DC 2004 (VFC)
    DC 2006
    Pittsburgh 2006
    Bonnaroo 2008
    Virginia Beach 2008
    DC 2008
    Philly (Spectrum) 10/31/2009
    DC 2010 (Jiffy Lube Live)
    PJ 20 night 1
    PJ 20 night 2
    Phoenix 2013
    LA 1 2013
    Memphis 2014
    Jacksonville 2016
    Greenville 2016
    Hampton 2016
    Columbia 2016
    Fenway 1 2016
    Fenway 2 2016
    Wrigley 1 2018
    Wrigley 2 2018
    Fenway 1 2018
    Fenway 2 2018
  • dudemandudeman Posts: 1,855
    edited March 2
    I don't know if this belongs in here but I wanted to share this. These are hand carved, custom guitar picks made by a friend of mine. One is Black Walnut, One is Yew Bush and the other is Smokey Bush.
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    If hope can grow from dirt like me, it can be done. - EV
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 17,280
    Jadler said:
    dudeman said:
    Wow! Looks great!
    Thanks! I am loving the Koa! First Taylor and it plays like a dream. 
    I've wanted to buy a KOA guitar.  Is there a distinct sound difference in it from a regular acoustic?
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